Mr. Moyer advises clients in a variety of industries on a multitude of privacy and cybersecurity issues, including consumer privacy, financial privacy, healthcare privacy, and comprehensive data protection. Mr. Moyer has actively assisted with providing CCPA compliance advice to clients, including analyzing proposed regulations, drafting and updating privacy policies, developing internal processes, negotiating contractual arrangements, and preparing guidelines on responding to consumer rights requests. He has also frequently worked to assist U.S. and multinational companies understand their obligations under the EU’s GDPR and craft compliant contractual arrangements, internal processes, and cross-border data transfer mechanisms.
Mr. Moyer has counseled diverse clients on their compliance with broad privacy and consumer protection frameworks, including the FTC’s Section 5 authority, and more narrowly tailored statutes, such as COPPA, U.S. marketing laws (including CAN-SPAM and TCPA), and state biometric data laws. He has also worked closely with companies subject to industry-specific regulatory regimes, such as those in the financial and healthcare space. Mr. Moyer has assisted financial institutions draft GLBA-compliant privacy notices and ensure their data sharing arrangements adhere to the GLBA’s limitations, and provided hands-on guidance to a systemically important financial market utility seeking to bolster its compliance with applicable SEC and CFTC frameworks. He also has analyzed the myriad HIPAA obligations for covered entities, business associates, and health tech companies to account for novel uses and sharing of health information, and drafted appropriate contractual language to ensure HIPAA compliance.
Mr. Moyer is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and holds a CIPP/US certification. He is also a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association.
While in law school, Mr. Moyer worked as a legal intern for the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. He also was a student attorney at D.C. Law Students in Court (now known as Rising for Justice), representing indigent clients in D.C. housing court.